Best Practices Meet 2017 By DSCI

Workshop on Data Protection and Cyber Security

BPM 2017

Best practices Meet (BPM 2017) is a leading workshop on data protection and cyber security organized by DSCI (Data Security Council of India). Workshop is going to take place in Banlgore on 22nd June 2017. Here is the brief of workshop, practical guidance and hands on training.

Malware Investigation Using Memory Forensics

Memory forensics is an investigative technique used in malware analysis, reverse engineering, digital forensics and incident response.

With adversaries becoming more sophisticated (carrying out advanced attacks targeting critical infrastructures, Data Centers, private and public organizations), detecting, responding to, and investigating such intrusions are critical for information security professionals. Memory Forensics has become a must-have skill for fighting advanced malware, targeted attacks and security breaches.

This training touches upon the topic of malware, Windows internals, and techniques to perform malware and Rootkit investigations of real-world memory samples using open source advanced memory forensics framework (Volatility). The training covers analysis and investigation of various real-world malware infected memory images and contains hands-on labs to gain better understanding of the subject. The training also teaches how to incorporate memory forensics into malware analysis and sandbox technology.

A brief of BPM 2017

Date June 22 – 23, 2017
Country India
City Banglore
Location / hall ITC Gardenia Banglore
Frequency Yearly
Organizer Data Security Council of India
Web address
0120 – 4990265